(Also the writer confirmed that Deadpool is bisexual, as in, said yes when asked if Deadpool is bisexual, idk where “pansexual” came from)
Rainbows overwhelm the sky as Deadpool officially joins the ranks of Marvel’s LGBTQIA community
For years there’s been rainstorms obstructing the clarity of Deadpool’s sexuality but last night the skies cleared when current author Gerry Duggan confirmed Deadpool’s pansexuality on twitter.
I mean it’s nice to have official confirmation I guess but this is definitely not the first time it’s been clear that Deadpool isn’t straight, if like, the comics are considered a reliable source.
That’s a little weird but I’m glad you had a good dream, anon!
One of the many positive qualities I bring to my work environment is a venomous, deep-seated mistrust of the police
how bad is it to skip two choir practices in a row
is it bad if I went to a gig on saturday, to skip the rehearsal after
I just want to watch a horror movie and go to bed early, I’m getting a cold and my head hurts.
"unpopular opinions" jesus christ just shoot me already, I’m so sorry you guys
while I’m stating unpopular opinions, that post going around that’s like “I want to punch a feminist” then a bunch of self-identified feminist dudes being like “come at me bro, I weigh whatever, do you even lift” makes me uncomfortable
like I appreciate dudes being willing to take a punch for feminism, good try and all, but it’s ultimately just more bullshit macho posturing on top of some bullshit macho posturing and like, does that help women or just feed your ego? Come on. If as a man you’d take a punch for feminism, maybe you could also try doing some of the educating that women are expected to do in cases like this, or wash dishes or do childcare at an event, or like, I don’t know, do something productive instead of showing off how big your muscles are.
I’m so happy the new Hunger Games movie is causing more people than me and Jesse to ship Katniss/Johanna
Like it’s one of the same reasons I hate when people refer to non-asexual people as “sexuals”.
the other reasons why I hate “sexuals” being mostly that it’s just a gross, insulting term lol.
I don’t like the term “monosexual” because I don’t like the idea of lumping in LGT people with cis straight people in discussions of bisexuality and other forms of queerness, it seems really unfair to act like queer people who are attracted to the same gender as them are in the same category as cis straight people and therefor are privileged over bisexual people in the same ways that cis straight people are, because they’re not. There I said it, sorry guys.
I’m just as tired of this as I am of people acting like bisexual people don’t have any stake in discussions of queer issues/queerness because we’re just secretly straight or whatever (esp since this seems to almost exclusively get leveled at bi women, and I’ve seen it used in REALLY nasty ways against queer women with abuse histories, like myself and desliz, hmmmmmmmmmmm)
basically I am a bisexual person and I’m this close to tumblr savioring “bisexual” AND “monosexual” and just never talking about my sexuality ever.
re write articles make poster for queer concordia eat a food do job interview
do s ome more writing
finish vaccuuming wash dishes
go to choir rehearsal
my family gets canned goods and lino prints, jewelry for the moms because they always ask for “jewelry for old ladies”. My mom asked for zines but I don’t want her reading my zines the same way I don’t want her reading my blog (even though she probably reads it anyway and will only bring it up when she subconsciously wants to sabotage a conversation with me, WELL GUESS WHAT MOM NOW YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ARE, THAT’S WHAT YOU GET FOR BEING A SNOOP)
christmas package for A’s parents: chocolate liqueurs for A’s dad, a painting that says “Trust No Cop” for A’s mom, lottery tickets.
Today I washed dishes, worked on a quilt, spent some time going through and organizing my bookshelves, wrote articles for work, drew some stupid drawings, sent the mail off, got the special cat food food for my special cat, picked out an outfit for my interview tomorrow, and also showered and kept myself fed, so I mean, I feel like it was an unproductive day because I wanted to write six articles so I would have less writing to do tomorrow and I only wrote three but whatever, they’re behind on paying me anyway so if I only send them three tomorrow and the rest on Friday it’s not a huge deal.
Working part time and from home makes me feel ridiculously self-indulgent, like, I have the time to do domestic projects like reorganizing my bookshelves and making a quilt, it feels like I can’t possibly ever be doing enough, which is part of why I’m a bit anxious to get an out-of-the-house job again soon. But it has also been really restful and nice, especially with my meds working so I can like, enjoy my downtime.
The pitching period for the publisher I want for my next book is coming up in January and I need to prepare the manuscript I’ve been working on for the past year or so, so I should probably get my butt in gear on that. That would be a good thing. I need to stop being afraid of good things. I think I am starting to gradually outgrow the feeling that I do not deserve to make good things happen for me, which is a really freeing and refreshing sensation. I just wish I had started feeling this way sooner, because you know, maybe I could have not completely lost my early twenties to a fog of abuse and post-abuse self sabotoge but! Whatever. Water under the bridge, right?
Anyway it was a pretty good day, I am reminding myself. Good job.
Anonymous asked realsocialskills:Do you think that reassurance-seeking is always a bad thing? Because some of your posts seem to imply it.realsocialskills said:I didn’t realize my posts sounded that way, but I see what you mean now that you point it out.No, seeking reassurance isn’t always a bad thing. It can be really good to seek reassurance, and I think everyone needs to do that at least occasionally. If you are afraid that something is wrong, it’s ok to want to check. And it’s ok to do that with the expectation that things are probably ok and that you just need to hear it.What’s bad is when people seek *unconditional* reassurance. When people seek unconditional reassurance, they want to be convinced that things are ok at all costs - even if things are horribly wrong. That’s dangerous, and destructive. (And particularly dangerous if the thing that’s wrong is the result of something they’re going, but it’s destructive even when the problem is in no way their fault).
People can also seek reassurance in really manipulative and destructive ways. Asking for reassurance in clear, specific terms when you need it is great; acting out in manipulative and hurtful ways in order to prompt reassurance from another person is not ok.